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Appalachian Folkways and Folklore By Bettina Essert
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A unit study on Appalachia using The Education of Little Tree, by Forrest Carter as the base. Parts of speech; sentence writing; crafts; various traditions and folkways are all included along with... More > internet links for further study.< Less
Wake Treasures Vol 14, No 2 -- Fall/Winter 2004 By Wake County Genealogical Society
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Wake Treasures is the bi-annual journal of the Wake County Genealogical Society.
Ancient Roots I: The Indigenous People & Architecture of the Southern Highlands By Richard Thornton
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The author has spent the past three years studying and photographing the Native American settlement sites in the mountains of Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina. This beautiful book is the... More > artistic product of his research. It contains 136 full color photographs, virtual reality computer drawings and three dimensional topographic maps - all created by the author. The book includes translations of many "Indian" place names into their original Muskogean or Cherokee form and then into English.< Less
Ancient Roots I: The Indigenous People & Architecture of the Southern Highlands By Richard Thornton
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The author has spent the past three years studying and photographing the Native American settlement sites in the mountains of Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina. This beautiful book is the... More > artistic product of his research. It contains 136 full color photographs, virtual reality computer drawings and three dimensional topographic maps - all created by the author. The book includes translations of many "Indian" place names into their original Muskogean or Cherokee form and then into English.< Less
The Indigenous Population of the Southern Highlands: An Historical, Linguistic & Architectural Analysis By Richard Thornton
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This booklet is the research report on the author's three year investigation into the Native American occupation of the Southern Highlands prior to its colonization by English-speaking settlers. It... More > reveals many unknown facts about these ancient people. One of the most interesting discoveries was that at least 17 ethnic groups occupied the region in 1540. However, all, but one province, had leaders with Muskogean titles and the leader with a non-Muskogean title was still subject to a Muskogean Great Sun (king.) 76 pages - 36 never-before-seen virtual reality images of Native American towns.< Less
The Indigenous Population of the Southern Highlands: An Historical, Linguistic & Architectural Analysis By Richard Thornton
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This booklet is the research report on the author's three year investigation into the Native American occupation of the Southern Highlands prior to its colonization by English-speaking settlers. It... More > reveals many unknown facts about these ancient people. One of the most interesting discoveries was that at least 17 ethnic groups occupied the region in 1540. However, all, but one province, had leaders with Muskogean titles and the leader with a non-Muskogean title was still subject to a Muskogean Great Sun (king.) 76 pages - 36 never-before-seen virtual reality images of Native American towns.< Less
Bull City By Stuart Albright
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Sid Ellison believes that he’s left Durham, NC, for good. He lives a safe, quiet life in the Appalachian Mountains teaching high school English. But when his older brother, Tyrell, is charged... More > with the murder of a Pakistani woman, Sid has no choice but to confront his troubled past. With ambitious scope, Bull City moves from the gritty tobacco factories of Durham to Pakistan and finally to the inner-city streets of Boston before returning to the South for a dramatic and unexpected climax.< Less
Yona Uwuyati By Darla Jackson
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Yona Uwuyati discovers that he must hibernate during the winter, while his friends do not. Will Ulisda and Tsulolvdi forget about him during his long winter sleep? Yona learns a lesson about... More > friendship, while readers learn words in the Cherokee language. Many English words are replaced with Cherokee words. The meaning and pronunciation are located at the bottom of the page. Yona Uwuyati, The Cherokee Bear was photographed on location in the Appalachian Mountains of Harlan County, Kentucky and The Great Smoky Mountains of Cherokee, North Carolina.< Less
Yona Uwuyati By Darla Jackson
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Yona Uwuyati discovers that he must hibernate during the winter, while his friends do not. Will Ulisda and Tsulolvdi forget about him during his long winter sleep? Yona learns a lesson about... More > friendship, while readers learn words in the Cherokee language. Many English words are replaced with Cherokee words. The meaning and pronunciation are located at the bottom of the page. Yona Uwuyati, The Cherokee Bear was photographed on location in the Appalachian Mountains of Harlan County, Kentucky and The Great Smoky Mountains of Cherokee, North Carolina.< Less
The Adventures of Daniel Boone By Uncle Philip
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If you're a Baby Boomer you might remember the the Daniel Boone television series, which aired from 1964 to 1970. In the show Daniel Boone was a "big man" in a "coonskin cap", and... More > the "rippin'est, roarin'est, fightin'est man the frontier ever knew!" This was not the real Daniel Boone, who was neither big nor did not wear a coonskin cap. The real Daniel Boone (1734 - 1820) was an American explorer and pioneer whose life made him a man of legend in the early United States. Boone is most well know for his original exploration of what is now Kentucky, which lay outside of the Thirteen Colonies. Despite resistance from the native Americans, Boone forged the Wilderness Road through the Cumberland Gap in the Appalachian Mountains. He founded the village of Boonesborough, Kentucky, one of the first settlements west of the Appalachians to speak English. By the end of the 1700s, over 200,000 white folk migrated to the Kentucky using the route blazed by Daniel Boone.< Less